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KABLE, a small village in Welland co., Ont., on Niagara river, 1 mile from Black Creek. Pop. 40.

KALADAR, or FLINT'S MILLS, a post village in Addington co., Ont., 56 miles from Napanee. It contains 3 saw and 2 grist mills. Pop. 50.

KAMLOOPS, a post office in the district of Yale, B.C., 233 miles from New Westminster. It is a trading post of the Hudson Bay Company. The country about Kamloops comprises a great plain extending fully 3 degrees east, 1 degree north, including the great Shuswhap Lake, to the Okonagon country on the south, and to the Snow range of mountains on the west.

KAMOURASKA, a group of small rocky islets in the St. Lawrence, opposite the mouth of the Kamouraska river, Que.

KAMOURASKA, a county of the province of Quebec, bounded north by the St. Lawrence, and watered by the Walloostook, Kamouraska and St. Francis rivers. Area 651,235 acres. Capital, Kamouraska. Pop. 21,254.

KAMOURASKA, a post village of Quebec, capital of the co. of Kamouraska, on the S. shore of the St. Lawrence, 4½ miles from St. Paschal, 90 miles. N.E. of Quebec. It is much frequented during the summer months for its fine sea bathing. It contains a telegraph office and 9 stores. Pop. 797.

KARS, a post settlement in Kings co., N.B., 18 miles from Norton. Pop. 150.

KARS, or WELLINGTON, a post village in Carleton co., Ont., on the Rideau river, 3 miles from Osgoode. It has a telegraph office, 1 hotel and 2 stores. Pop. 150.

KASTNERVILLE, a small village in Pertly co., Ont., l¼ miles from Sebringville. It contains a large brewery, a cheese factory and an hotel. Pop. 50.

KATESVILLE, Middlesex co., Ont. See Cairngorm.

KATEVILLE, a post office in Stan-stead co., Que., 4½ miles from North Hatley.

KAZUBAZUA, (English: "Under-ground,") a post village in Ottawa co., Que., on the Gatineau river, 50 miles from Ottawa. It contains a telegraph office, a store and a saw and grist mill. Pop. 80

KAY SETTLEMENT, a post settlement in Westmorland co., N.B., 8 miles from Salisbury. Pop. 100.

KEADY, a post village in Grey co., Ont., 12 miles from Owen Sound. It contains 1 store and an hotel.

KEELS, a large fishing settlement in the district of Bonavista, Nfld., 19 miles from Trinity. Pop. 510.

KEENANSVILLE, a post village in Simcoe co., Ont., 18 miles from Brad-ford. It contains a telegraph office, a woolen mill, and 2 stores. Pop. 150.

KEENE, a post village in Peterborough co., Ont., on Rice Lake, 12 miles from Peterborough. It contains a telegraph office, 2 hotels, 5 stores, a tannery, and saw and grist mills. Steamers run between here and Harwood. Pop. 400.

KEEPAWA, a post office in Pontiac co., Que., 240 miles above Ottawa.

KEITH, a post office in Kent co., Ont., 20 miles from Chatham.

KEITHLEY CREEK, a post office in the district of Cariboo, B.C.

KELLERBY, a post office in Elgin co., Ont., 5 miles from Glanworth.

KELLEY'S, a station on the M. R., in Victoria co., Ont., 38 miles from Port Hope.

KELLEY'S COVE, a maritime settlement in Yarmouth co., N.S., 4 miles from Yarmouth. Pop. 300.

KELSO, or ELGIN, a post settlement in Huntingdon co., Que., 8½ miles from Huntingdon. Pop. 125.

KELVIN, a post village fa Norfolk co., Ont., on White Man's Creek,18 miles from Lynedoch. It contains 1 hotel, 4 stores, and 2 shingle mills. Pop. 200.

KEMBLE, a post village in Grey co., Ont., 13 miles from Owen Sound. Pop 50.

KEMPT, a post settlement in Queens co., N.S., 33 miles from Annapolis. Pop. 150.

KEMPT, a post settlement in Yarmouth co., N.S , 26 miles from Yarmouth. Pop. 300.

KEMPT BRIDGE, a post settlement in Yarmouth co., N.S., 23 miles from Yarmouth. Pop. 200.

KEMPT HEAD, a post settlement in Victoria co., N.S., on the N. side of Boularderie Island, 30 miles from Sydney. Pop. 100.

KEMPT ROAD, a settlement in Bonaventure co., Que., on Little River, 4 miles from Cross Point. Pop. 180.

KEMPT ROAD, a post settlement in Richmond co., N.S., 12£ miles from Port Hawkesbury. Pop. 200.

KEMPTOWN, a post village in Colchester co., N.S., 5 miles from Riversdale. It contains an hotel and a saw mill. Pop. 300.

KEMPTVILLE, an incorporated village in Grenville co., Ont., on a branch of the Rideau river, 96 miles N.E. of Kingston, and on the St. Lawrence and Ottawa railway, 22½ miles from Prescott, 3H miles from Ottawa. It has good water power, and contains 5 churches, 2 telegraph offices, about 20 stores, 3 grist mills, 3 saw mills, 3 carding and fulling mills, 1 brewery and distillery, 1 tannery, 1 ashery, 2 iron foundries, &c. Pop. 872.

KENDAL, a post village in Durham co., Ont., 9 miles from Newtonville. It contains 1 store, 2 hotels, and 2 saw mills, and has a good trade in lumber, grain and country produce. Pop. 250.

KENNEBEC LINE, a post village in Beauce co., Que., on the Levis and Kennebec railway, 85 miles from Quebec, It contains 2 saw mills, 3 stores, and 4 hotels.

KENILWORTH, a post village in Wellington co., Ont., on the T. G. & B. R., 80 miles from Toronto. It contains 1 hotel and 2 stores. Pop. 50.

KENMORE, a post village in Russell co., Out., 19 miles from Ottawa. It contains a telegraph office, 4 store«, 1 tannery, and 1 gristmill. Pop. 124.

KENNETCOOK, or BURLINGTON, a post village in Hants co., N.S., on Kennetcook river, 8 miles from Newport. It contains a grist and saw mill, and several stores. Pop. 350.

KENNETCOOK CORNER, a post village in Hants co., N.S., on the Kennetcook river, 16 miles from Maitland. Pop 50.

KENOGAMI, a post village in Chicoutimi co., Que., on Lake Kenogami, 20 miles from Chicoutimi. It has a saw mill. Pop. 50.

KENSINGTON, a station on the Prince Edward Island railway, in Prince co., P.E.I. See Barrett's Cross.

KENT, a county of Ontario, bordering on Lakes St. Clair and Erie, comprises an area of 412,019 acres. It is intersected by the Thames river, and traversed by the Great Western and Canada Southern railways. Capital, Chatham. Pop. 26,836.

KENT, a maritime co. of New Brunswick, bordering on the Gulf of St Lawrence and Northumberland Strait. It is drained by the Richibucto, Cocagne and other navigable streams. On its coasts are Cocagne, Buctouche and Richibucto harbors, which afford excellent facilities for shipbuilding, and from which much timber and deals are annually shipped to England. The county is traversed by the Intercolonial railway. Area 1,101,000 acres. Capital, Richibucto. Pop. 19,101.

KENT BRIDGE, a post village in Kent co., Ont., 11 miles from Chatham. It has an hotel and 1 store. Pop. 50.

KENT ISLAND, a post settlement in Halifax co., N.S., on an Island in Jeddore Harbor, 40 miles from Halifax. Pop. 50

KENT VILLAGE, a small village in Wellington co., Ont., 13 miles from Goldstone. Pop. 20.

KENTVILLE, a post town of Nova Scotia, capital of the co. of Kings, pleasantly situated on the Cornwallis river, and on the W. & A. R., 70 miles from Halifax. It contains a telegraph office, a branch bank, several mills, a printing office issuing a weekly newspaper, and about 20 stores. It is the seat of the Windsor and Annapolis railway. Pop. 1,779.

KENYON, Glengarry co., Ont. See Dunvegan.

KEPLER, a post village in Frontenac co., Ont.., on Loughborough Lake, and on the Kingston and Pembroke rail-way, 10 miles from Kingston. It contains 1 store and a saw mill.

KEPPOCH, a settlement in Antigoish co., N.S , on West River, 10 miles from Antigonish. Pop. 200.

KERLEYS (or CARELESS) HARBOR, a small fishing settlement in the district of Trinity, Nfld , 1 mile from New Bonaventure. Pop. 30.

KERRWOOD, a post village in Middlesex co., Ont., on the G. W. R., 26 miles from London. It contains a telegraph office, 2 stores, and a saw and grist mill. Pop. 150.

KERRY, or SCOTCH RIVER MILLS, a. post village in Prescott co., Ont., 23 miles from Alexandria. Pop. 80.

KERTCH, a post village in Lambton co., Ont., 4 miles from Wanstead. Pop. 75.

KESWICK, or MEDINA, a post village in York co., Ont., 16 miles from Newmarket. It contains a saw mill and 2 stores. Pop. 125.

KESWICK RIDGE, a post village in York co., N.B., on the New Brunswick railway, 12 miles from Fredericton. Pop. 150.

KESWICK, York co., Ont. See Roach's Point.

KETCH HARBOR, a post settlement in Halifax co., N.S., 16 miles from Halifax. Pop. 80.

KETEGAUNE SEEBE, district of Algoma, Oat. See Garden River.

KETTLEBY, a post village in York Co., Ont., 7 miles from Aurora. It contains a telegraph office, 1 hotel, 1 store and 2 planing mills. Pop. 150.

KETTLE ISLAND, an island in the Ottawa river, about 2 miles below the mouth of the Rideau.

KEWSTOKE, a post office in Inverness co., N.S.

KEYSER, a post village in Middlesex Co., Ont., 6 miles from Kerrwood. Pop. 200.

KILBRIDE, a post village in Halton CO., Ont., 17 miles from Hamilton. It contains a woolen mill, a saw mill, a tannery and 2 stores. Pop. 250.

KILDARE, a post village in Prince CO., P.E.I, 9 miles from Alberton. Pop. 150

KILDARE, or ST AMBROISE DE KILDARE, a thriving post village in Joliette co., Que., 4 miles from Joliette. It contains 4 stores, a tannery, and a steam saw mill, and has a good lumber trade. Pop. 400.

KILDONAN, a post office in the district of Selkirk, Man., on the Red River, 3½ miles from Fort Garry.

KILKENNY, or ST. CALIXTE DE KILKENNY, a post village in Montcalm CO., Que., 32 miles from L'Assomption. It contains a saw mill and 2 stores, Pop. 125.

KILLARNEY, a post village in the district of Algoma, Ont., 15 miles from Collins Inlet. It contains 5 stores and a saw mill. Pop. 200.

KILLEAN, a post village in Wellington co., Ont., on Mill Creek, 7 miles from Gait. Pop. 200.

KILLIGREWS, a fishing settlement in the district of Harbor Main, Nfld., on the south side of Conception Bay, 18 miles from St. John's. Pop. 200.

KILMANAGH, a post village in Peel co., Ont, 13 miles from Brampton. Pop. 40.

KILMARNOCK, or MAITLAND RAPIDS, a post village in Grenville co., Ont., on the Rideau Canal, 8½ miles from Smith's Falls. Pop. 50.

KILMARTIN, a post village in Middlesex co., Ont., 4½ miles from Glencoe. Pop. 150.

KLLMAURS, a post village in Carleton co., Ont., 17 miles from Arnprior. Pop. 100.

KILSYTH, a post village in Grey co., Ont., Ik miles from Owen Sound. It contains a pottery, an hotel and 2 stores. Pop. 80.

KILWORTH, a small village in Middlesex co., Ont., 3 miles from Komoka. It contains 2 woolen mills, 2 gristmills, and 1 store. Pop 50.

KIMBERLEY, or ROCKVIEW, a post office in Grey co., Ont., 15 miles from Meaford.

KIMBOLTON, Brome co., Que. See Bolton Centre.

KINBURN, a post village in Carleton co., Ont., 7 miles from Pakenham. It contains a telegraph office and a store. Pop. 100.

KINBURN, Huron co., Ont. See Constance.

KINBURN, Lunenburg co., N.S. See Mahone Bay.

KINCARDINE, or PENETANGORE, an incorporated village in Bruce co., Ont., on Lake Huron, at the northern terminus of the southern extension of the W. G. & B. R., and at the northern terminus of the T. G. & B. R., 23 miles from Teeswater, 35 miles from Goderich. It contains a telegraph office, a branch bank, 2 printing offices issuing weekly newspapers, 7 hotels, about 30 stores, large salt works, 2 iron foundries, a number of mills and workshops of various kinds, and has a large trade in grain and country produce. Pop. 1,907.

KINCARDINE, a post office in Victoria co., N.B.

KING, or SPRINGHILL, a post village in York co., Ont., on the N. R., 22 miles from Toronto. It contains a telegraph office, an hotel, and 7 or 8 stores. Pop. 300

KING CREEK, a post village in York co., Ont., on the River Humber, 4 miles from King. It contains 1 store, 1 saw mill, and a flouring mill. Pop. 100.

KINGHORN, a small village in York co., Ont., l¼ miles from King. It has an hotel and 1 store. Pop. 50.

KINGLAKE, a post village in Nor-folk co., Ont., 6 miles from Vienna. Pop. 50.

KINGS, a county in the S. central part of New Brunswick, intersected by the River St. John. Area 901,000 acres. The surface is undulating, with hills of gentle elevation and level fertile valleys. The Intercolonial Railway runs for 60 miles through the county. The railway from St. John to the United States also passes through the western part of it. Capital, Hampton. Pop. 24,593, chiefly engaged in farming.

KINGS, a county occupying the east part of Prince Edward Island. Area 412,000 acres. Capital, Georgetown.

KINGS, a county of Nova Scotia, bordering on the Bay of Fundy and on Minas Basin. Area 519,000 acres. It is watered by several rivers, and tra-versed by the Windsor and Annapolis railway. The agricultural capabilities of its soil is second to none in the Dominion of Canada The scene of Longfellow's *" Evangeline" is laid in this county. The scenery is charming and the view of the Grand Pre, Blomidon, and Minas Basin from the top of Horton mountain is remarkably picturesque. Some shipbuilding and lumber business is carried on, but the chief occupation of the people of the county is farming. Kings contains quarries of slate and rich deposits of iron ore ; copper and silver are also found. Capital, Kentville. Pop. 21,510.

KINGSBRIDGE, a post village in Huron co., Ont. 13 miles from Goderich. Pop. 100.

KINGSBURY, a post settlement in Lunenburg co., N.S., 12 miles from Lunenburg. Pop. 200,

KINGSBURY, a post village in Richmond co., Que., on Salmon Creek, 6 miles from Melbourne. It contains 2 stores, 1 tannery, and a carding mill. Pop. 100.

KINGSCLEAR or BRISTOL, a post village in York co., N.B , on the River St. John, 17 miles from Fredericton. Pop. 200.

KINGS COVE, a large settlement in the district of Bonavista, Nfld., 13 miles from Trinity. Pop. 550.

KINGS COVE, a small fishing settlement in the district of Twillingate and Fogo, Nfld.. 12 mile3 from Tilt Cove. Pop. 30.

KINGSEY, a post village in Richmond co., Que., 9 miles from Richmond.

KINGSEY FALLS, a post village in Richmond co., Que., on the Nicolet river. 7 miles from Danville. It has good water power, and contains 3 saw mills, 1 grist mill. 1 paper mill, and 5 stores. Pop. 100.

KING SETTLEMENT, in York co. N.B. 8 miles from Fredericton Pop 100.

KINGSTON, a city of Ontario, at one time Capital of Upper Canada, situated at the outlet of Lake Ontario, 172 miles W. of Montreal. Lat. 44° 12' N, lon. 76° 41 W. The city occupies the site of old Fort Frontenac, on the N.E. shore of the river, opposite Wolfe Island, having the harbor and shipping in front. The harbor is formed at the mouth of Cataraqui river, which here enters the Lake. The west shore is bold and shipping of any size may lie here in perfect safety. East of the Bay the land projects southward, terminating in Point Frederick, or Navy Island, beyond which is Haldimand Cove, a deep basin of water, protected by this point on the west, and Point Henry on the east, and guarded from southerly winds by Wolfe Island in front. Kingston is, after Quebec and Halifax, the strongest fort in the Dominion of Canada. There is a fort on Messessaga Point, and all other accessible points are secured by batteries. There are extensive military works on Navy Point, and on Point Henry is a fortress which completely commands the harbor and town. Along bridge across Cataraqui Bay connects Kingston with Pittsburg, besides which there are the suburbs of Barriefield, French Village, and Williamsville. The city is regularly laid out with streets crossing each other at right angles It is chiefly built of blue lime-stone, which underlies the town. The streets are lighted with gas, and the houses are partly supplied with water from the Bay and partly from wells. Wells of mineral water, composed chiefly of chloride of sodium and calcium lave been obtained in three instances by boring to the depth of 145, 85, and 75 feet respectively. Among the public buildings are the city hall and market, court house and gaol, post office. 17 churches, including a Roman Catholic Cathedral, 2 colleges, Mechanics' Institute, Hotel Dieu, General Hospital, House of Industry, the buildings occupied by the several liter-ary and benevolent institutions, and a number of schools About a mile to the west of the city lies the Provincial Penitentiary, a large and massive stone building surrounded by a high and most substantial wall, with towers at the corners. Beyond the Penitentiary is the Rockwood Lunatic Asylum. Kingston contains three branch banks. 2 telegraph offices, a number of insurance and assurance agencies, 2 breweries, &c and" has manufactories of iron castings, mill machinery, steam engines, locomotives, leather, soap and candles, boots and shoes, wooden ware brooms, pianos, &c. Ship and boat building is carried on to a great extent, and vessels for both lake and ocean navigation are built and fitted out complete The commercial affairs of Kingston are regulated by a Board of Trade. The Grand Trunk railway has an important station in rear of the town; freight trains run to the harbor A railway is in course of construction from Kingston to Pembroke, distant 120 miles. The Rideau Canal, connecting this port with the Ottawa river, has made it a place of considerable commercial importance. Four news-papers are published — 2 daily and 2 weekly The city is divided into 7 wards, and governed by a mayor, board of aldermen and common council. It returns 1 member to the House of Commons and 1 to the Provincial Legislature. It is the seat of the See of the Roman Catholic Bishop of Kingston, and is a port of entry. The total value of imports for 1872 was $6,976,022; exports $1,733,222. Pop. 1844, 6,840; 1861, 13,843; 1872, 12,407.

A settlement was begun here by the French, under De Courcelles, as early as 1672, under the name of Fort Cataraqui, and the fort subsequently received the name of Fort Frontenac in honor of the French count of that name. This fort was afterwards in the possession of the French and the Indians, until it was destroyed by the expedition under Colonel Bradstreet in 1758.. In 1762 the place fell into the hands of the British, from whom it received its present name. It was incorporated a city in 1838.

KINGSTON, a post village in Kings co., N.B., on the left bank of the River St. John, 19 miles W. of St. John, 10 miles from Rothsay. It contains
1 church, 3 hotels, 2 stores, 1 steam saw mill, and 2 flouring mills Pop. 500.

KINGSTON, a post village in Kent co., N.B., on the Richibucto river, 3 miles from its estuary, 36 miles from Shediac. It contains a telegraph office, 2 churches, 2 hotels, a- saw mill, a number of stores, &c. ; and has a good lumber trade. A fine wooden bridge spans the Richibucto here. Pop. 600.

KINGSTON MILLS, a post village in Frontenac co., Ont., on the Rideau canal, 5 miles from Kingston. Pop. 150.

KINGSTON VILLAGE, or BLOOMFIELD, a post village in Kings co., N.S., on the W. & A. R., 44 miles from Halifax It contains 2 stores, 2 saw mills, a carding mill, and a furniture factory. Pop. 120.

KINGSVILLE, a river port of Ontario, co. of Essex, on Lake Erie, 29 miles from Windsor. It contains a telegraph office, 2 hotels, about 10 stores, a saw mill, and a gristmill, and has manufactories of iron castings, machinery, cotton, wooden ware, wool-lens, &c Kingsville is a port of entry. Total value of imports for 1872 $2,616; exports $75,636, Pop. 800.

KINKORA, a post village in Perth co., Ont., 8 miles from Sebringville. It contains 2 saw mills, and 1 store. Pop. 150.

KINLOSS, or BLACK HORSE CORNERS, a post village in Bruce co., Ont., 17 miles from Walkerton. It contains a match factory, a pump factory, a carding mill, a saw mill, and a grist mill. Pop. 90.

KINLOUGH, a post office in Bruce eo., Out., 9 miles from Lucknow.

KINMOUNT, a post village in Victoria co., on Burnt river, Ont., 20 miles from Bobcaygeon. It contains a telegraph office and several mills and stores. Pop. 100.

KINNEAR'S MILLS, also known as LAMBIE'S MILLS, a post village in Megantic co., Que., 18 miles from Becancour Station. Pop. 100.

KINSALE, a post village in Ontario co., Ont., 7 miles from Whitby. Pop. 90.

KINGSFORD, a post office in Hastings co., Ont., 6 miles from Tyendinaga.

KINSMAN'S CORNERS, a post office in Kings co., N.S., 13 miles from Kent- Tulle.

KINTAIL, a post village in Huron co., Ont., 16½ miles from Goderich. Pop. 70.

KINTORE, a post village in Oxford co., Out,, 10 miles from Ingersoll. It contains 2 stores. Pop. 100.

KIPPEN, a post village in Huron co., Ont., 14 miles from Clinton. It has 1 hotel and 1 store.

KIRBY, or JACKSON'S CORNERS, a post village in Durham co., Ont., 7 miles from Newcastle. Pop. 80.

KIRKDALE, a post village in Drum­mond co., Que., on the River St. Fran­cis, 4 miles from Richmond. It con­tains a saw mill and 2 churches. Pop. 34.

KIRKFIELD, a post village in Vic­toria co., Ont , on the T. & N. R., 76 miles from Toronto. It contains a telegraph office, 3 stores, 2 hotels, and 2 shingle mills. Pop. 100.

KIRKHILL, a post settlement in Cumberland co., N.S., 3 miles from Parrsborough. Pop. 100.

KIRKHILL, a post village in Glen­garry co., Ont., 22 miles from Riviere Raisin (Lancaster). Pop 75.

KIRK'S FERRY, a post village in Ottawa co., Que., on the River Gatineau, 13 miles from Ottawa. It contains 2 saw mills, 1 store and 1 hotel, Pop. 60.

KIRKTON, a post village in Huron co., Ont., 11½ miles from St Marys. It contains 2 stores and an hotel. Pop. 200.

KIRKWALL, a post village in Wentworth co., Ont., 8 miles from Galt. It has 2 stores. Pop. 50.

KITLEY, Leeds co., Ont. See Toledo.

KLINEBURG, it post village in York co., Ont., oil the Humber river, and on the T. G. & B. R., 211 miles from Toronto. It contains 2 telegraph offices, 1 tannery, 1 grist mill, 3 saw mills, a stave factory, 3 hotels and 6 stores. The country around Klineburg is rich in agricultural resources. Pop.
400.

KNAPDALE, a post office in Middlesex co., Ont., 6 miles from Newbury.

KNATCHBULL, a post office in Halton co., Ont., 15 miles from Milton.

KNIGHT'S ISLAND, an island in Lake St. Louis, W. of Lachine, Que.

KNIGHT'S ISLAND, in the North West Territories, near the W. coast of Hudson's Bay.

KNOWLESVILLE, a post settlement in Carleton co., N.B., 27 miles from Woodstock. Pop. 2000

KNOWLTON, the chief town of the co. of Brome, Que., is pleasantly situated near the head of Brme Lake, 10¼ miles from Waterloo. It contains a telegraph office, several mills, 2 hotels, and 5 or 6 stores. Knowlton is the summer residence of a number of Moutrealers. Pop. 500.

KNOWLTON LANDING, a post office in Brume co., Que. on Lake Memphremagog, 2 miles from Georgeville.

KNOXFORD, a post settlement in Carleton co. N.B., 24 miles from Woodstock. Poo. 25.

KNOYDARC, a post settlement in Pictou co., N S., on the Gulf of St. Lawrence, 26 miles from New Glasgow. Pop. 250.

KOMOKA, a thriving post village in Middlesex co., Ont., on the G. W. R., 10 miles from London. It contains it telegraph office, 3 stores, and 2 hotels, and has a good trade in grain and country produce. Pop. 500.

KOOTENAY, a post office in the district of Koote Bay, B.C., 450 miles from New Westminster.

KOSSUTH, a post village in Waterloo co., Ont., 4 miles from Breslau. Pop. 150.

KOUCHIBOUGUAC, a post village in Kent co., N.B., on the Kouchibouguac River, 12 miles .from Richibucto. It contains 3 hotels, 2 stores, and several saw mills, and has a large lumber trade. Pop. 600.

KOUCHIBOUGUACIS, Kent co., N.B. See Louisville.


Lovell's Gazetteer of British North America, Edited by P.A. Crossby, 1873

 

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